2020 marks 75 years since the end of the Second World War. To commemorate this important year, the NSW Government interviewed WWII veterans about their experiences. Read our 75th Anniversary Stories.
Two metal plaques affixed to a large stone.
Note on veteran name: 21977 Warrant Officer Class 2 John A. Bond, 39., an armoured corps Advisor attached to the 7 South Vietnamese Cavalry, was killed in action at 5.30 am during a enemy mortar and ground attack in Quang Tri Province, 150kms north of Da Nang, South Vietnam, on Anzac day 1969.
In memory of John 'Chesty' Bond AATTV [not legible] RNSWLS Killed in Action Quang Tri Province South Vietnam 25th April 1969 and all those of the Regiment who paid the supreme sacrifice' [not legible]
In memory of Ray (Cheesie) Thorncraft OAM JP 7 March 1932 to 28 July 1992. Lest we forget.
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